If X is a non-negative random variable for which E(X) exists,show that for every t>0.
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Originally Posted by roshanhero If X is a non-negative random variable for which E(X) exists,show that for every t>0. ......... and as for hence: CB
How can we prove chebyshev inequality from this relation?
And you didn't notice that under Mr Fantasy's link... http://people.csail.mit.edu/ronitt/COURSE/S07/lec25.pdf under your last post... http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...nequality.html it's Theorem ONE, on page ONE.
Last edited by matheagle; July 16th 2009 at 06:48 AM.
Originally Posted by roshanhero How can we prove chebyshev inequality from this relation? Put CB
Thanks,but,what should i use in t.
Originally Posted by roshanhero Thanks,but,what should i use in t. try it, see what you get then refer th Chebyshev's inequality and see what you have to do with t to get the required form. CB
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